Interior Design — A Two-Toned Kitchen MakeoverPosted by plumbingpros in Home Improvement Tips, on April 19, 2017
Designer Linnea Lions tours a kitchen she designed in homeowner Chantal McKinnon’s 100-year-old home. Learn how she maximized space and storage in a closed kitchen layout while keeping style in mind. When Chantal first moved into this home, the kitchen lacked function, had dated appliances and was in need of a modern update. She wanted a two-tone kitchen with light uppers and dark grey lower cabinets for a graphic yet airy feel. The space also needed additional storage. The first thing Linnea tackled was hiding the chimney stack with a pantry wall featuring shallow cabinets and pull-out storage. Right next to it, a servery was created with open shelving and a full-height backsplash. A large island with storage grounds the space, and is perfect for entertaining guests. Floating shelves made from reclaimed wood add warmth to the grey and white palette. See the sources for the items in this video here: https://houseandhome.com/video/organized-modern-family-kitchen/ For more stories like this from Bay Area Plumbing Headquarters, bookmark our site.